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Jobs in the region (Merged ad nauseam)

Old 2nd Oct 2013, 12:56
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Thanks for the info chitolin....I dont think I will get marry just to fly a Caravan ..
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Old 17th Nov 2013, 21:49
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Join Date: Jul 2013
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Hi,

Anyone knows a site for aviation jobs within South America? Not so many jobs in South America on aviationjobsearch.com so I wonder what site you they over there?

Thanks in advance.

//C
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Old 3rd Jan 2014, 17:00
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Hi, still me...I finished my experience in Africa and in 2 weeks I'm coming to Central and South America looking for caravan jobs. I'll go to Costa Rica first and after Guyana and see what happens. I'd like to ask a suggestion. I'm travelling from Georgetown to Buenos aires but the airline ticket it's just so overpriced (1300 usd one way). I was thinking to go to Brazil by bus and get a flight to Buenos Aires from there. Is that possible? Thanks for your help
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Old 31st Jan 2014, 11:08
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Be safe!!
Costa Rica is a very safe country, people in general in south-central america are very friendly.
Don't know much about Guyana but I don't think is like CR,
Dont be going out at night trying to explore towns or the city.. It has nothing to do with Africa, different mentality.
I dont want to scare you, Im sure you will enjoy and will meet fantastic people!!

All the Best!!
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Old 9th Feb 2014, 21:29
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Thanks for your advise. No job here for me but it is beautiful. I searched in costarica, panama and colombia...nada de nada...but it worthed the visit.now im in argentina, beautiful as well even if I got robbed in buenos aires
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Old 22nd Sep 2014, 20:05
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C208B Job

any chance of finding C208B job around this part of the world ?

i have more than 2200 hrs of command time on C208B. 3300 hrs TT
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Old 13th Nov 2015, 19:11
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Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Santiago,Chile (SCTB)
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Looking for a chance

Hi Guys

Anyone here knows about chances in Central America for a entry level, freshly rated IFR + CPL + English 5 + Spanish native speaker, with a TT of around 430 (IFR: 120)

i have just readed the previous post from Elevators about Maya and Tropic.... im looking for a susi air style, but in south america.

regards, fly safe and happy landings
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Old 7th Mar 2016, 12:04
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Jobs in Antigua / Montserrat

Hi everyone. I am considering working in the Caribbean region. I currently fly Britten Norman Islanders in the UK. I am just verging on 2000 hours total time with around 600 on the Islander. I was wondering what the salary / conditions are like working for Fly Montserrat. If anyone could offer any information, I would really appreciate it. Thanks guys.
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Old 10th Jul 2017, 18:52
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Good afternoon, told myself might make more sense to inquire in here instead of creating an entirely new thread but does anyone have any information on LATAM Chile and if they hire expatriates? If so, whats the procedure to apply and are tehy looking for any particular set of minimums. Thank you.
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Old 21st Nov 2017, 03:02
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Hi Alleyne, LATAM Chile does hire expats. Spanish speaking is mandatory, and they're looking for around a hundred FOs to fly A320 for 2018. So it might be a good opportunity. Current IFR CPL, ICAO Level 4, First Class Medical (FACH MAE Certificado 1), 200hrs minimum. The airline is great to fly in and has good benefits, employee travel specially. Unfortunately now there's a payscale where it takes around 4 years to get to 100% salary, but as far as I understand it is under review, so it might be better starting next year.
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Old 22nd Nov 2017, 01:26
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Originally Posted by jooleeo View Post
Hi Alleyne, LATAM Chile does hire expats. Spanish speaking is mandatory, and they're looking for around a hundred FOs to fly A320 for 2018. So it might be a good opportunity. Current IFR CPL, ICAO Level 4, First Class Medical (FACH MAE Certificado 1), 200hrs minimum. The airline is great to fly in and has good benefits, employee travel specially. Unfortunately now there's a payscale where it takes around 4 years to get to 100% salary, but as far as I understand it is under review, so it might be better starting next year.
Good night, thank you for the reply. I unfortunately only speak Spanish at about a Basic/Elementary so I am not sure if that is sufficient enough. I currently instruct in Guyana, have 700hours and have CPL IFR and ICAO Level 6. Do I have any chance of working for them as it stands?
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Old 28th Nov 2017, 01:53
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Hi Alleyne,

No chance without perfect Spanish. Basic requirement plus all interviews are in Spanish as well as the psych tests and ATP exam which you have to do both in Spanish and then English.
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Old 28th Nov 2017, 23:55
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Originally Posted by morley846 View Post
Hi Alleyne,

No chance without perfect Spanish. Basic requirement plus all interviews are in Spanish as well as the psych tests and ATP exam which you have to do both in Spanish and then English.
Well fair is fair. Thank you for the response.
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Old 29th Nov 2017, 15:58
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Hey guys need some advice. Im looking to start my Pilot training either in europe or usa. Does anyone know what preference Latin american countries have when it comes to FAA or EASA? I have both a uk and Peruvian passport so I am considering working in Peru later on.
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Old 8th Dec 2017, 03:05
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Originally Posted by asmith474 View Post
Hey guys need some advice. Im looking to start my Pilot training either in europe or usa. Does anyone know what preference Latin american countries have when it comes to FAA or EASA? I have both a uk and Peruvian passport so I am considering working in Peru later on.
FAA is cheaper. I knew a couple of Peruvians who did it at ATP Flight School in Daytona Beach. Both now fly in Peru. Do note that you will still have to pass all Peruvian exams once you get back. It is not as easy as just doing FAA and walking into a job. If you can, do it at a Peruvian school so you donŽt have to do everything twice. Also youŽll meet people with connections with local Airlines if you do the course in Peru. I speak from experience. Did FAA came to Chile, still working away on getting all exams in place, also have not found FAA has given me an advantage.
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Old 12th Dec 2017, 00:52
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Hey everyone!
Greetings from Brazil. I'm new here on PPRuNe and don't know how discussions work here, so please let me know if I break any rule.
I'm a commercial airplane pilot, about 800TT, experience as flight instructor, graduated in civil aviation and ELP ICAO LVL5. I'm trying to get back to the aviation area finding a plane to fly, so if anyone know a opportunity that I could fit, please let me know, I would appreciate your help.

Thank you and have safe flights
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